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bring in steve sedgwick live in london. steve, good morning. >> very good day to you. this apparently has got nothing to do with the s&p downgrading of u.s. sovereign debt from aaa to aa plus. apparently this investigation started beforehand and it's looking in to whether the analysts were overruled by business managerses when they may have wanted to downgrade the value and the rating of mortgage securities. what is unclear is whether the other rating agencies, the likes of fitch it and moody's, are also part of this investigation. let's move on and tell you what's ahead in terms of data releases and it could be key because we have jobless claims, cpi inflation kay take, also existing home sales expected up 4%. but the market is already in a foul mood. european as i look are down between 2% and 3.5% and looking at the u.s. futures, the dow is down around 190 points. back to you. >> a rocky start already. steve sedgwick live for us this london this morning. thanks so much. >>> turn now to syria where activists say government troops have shot and killed nine people in the central city o
. just want to thank parks and rec and especially steve and vicky for the amazing summer my son had. jonah is 10 years old. he's severely autistic. he's not verbal. every year we get the park and rec wonderful offerings. my daughter talks about what she's going to sign up for. it's it's what can we do for jonah? jonah goes to camp mom as steve alluded to and it's just not the same as being out with other kids his own age. it's so good for the kids. it's so good for the families. it's so good for the siblings to see their siblings can go out. jonah has not been away from me. steve's son, my son, they're quite affected. they are not going to go into new spaces, overwhelming spaces without a structure and support and every day jonah happily got out of the car, ran to his wonderful aide, chris, and came home filthy. came home with dirt from climbing up the canyon and with the rope swings. and just happy, happy child. like every parent dreams of having is a happy child who goes to camp and enjoys his summer rather than enjoying the summer of no structure. i can't tell you what this has m
is causing fear in the markets. for more, we're joined by steve moore of the "wall street journal," joining us by phone. steve, there's been a lot said about the health of banks, particularly in europe, -- in europe, and that is involved with what's happening in the markets now. what can you tell us about that? >> i'm getting motion sickness with this stock market over the last week! i was one of those people that has talked about last week that bought on a dip so i'm not feeling so good about things today, but you know, i think one of the major triggers for the selloff today was the european banks, this crisis of debt in europe is not subsiding, there's a real concern now that germany may have to come in and essentially bail out the european central bank. so there is real panic with respect to the banks in europe, and what's happening, jenna, if you look at the market today, what's really getting creamed is american banks, as this kind of contagion and virus seems to be spreading to these shores. jenna: and so what is the takeaway for us, steve? because you look back in 2008, i mean, we we
by a new movement to break-up the bible's most famous couple. npr's steve inskeep explains. >> for many evangelicals, a historical adam and eve is a critical part of their theology, but now some conservative religious scholars are saying publically that they can no longer believe it. >> stephen: no adam and eve? no apple? no tasteful leaf thongs? and all because these so-called conservative scientists say "there is no way we can be traced back to a single couple...given the genetic variation of people today." oh, the genetic variation needs more than two people? fine, they had a freaky three-way with the snake. [laughter] that would explain the genetic variation of james carville. [laughter] [cheers and applause] so i'm issuing a wag of my finger at evangelicalç scientists. real christians like president of southern baptist theological seminary albert mohler, know what's at stake here. >> when adam sinned, he sinned for us and it's that very sinfulness that sets up our understanding of our need for a savior. without adam, the work of christ makes no sense whatsoever. >> stephen: exact
it in the mail, podium not required. thanks. bring in panel. steve hayes for stand stand. karen tomolty, "washington post." sindcated columnist charles krauthammer. charles? >> i am with the press secretary and the speaker. remember obama had said he had a plan, well originally he had a plan it was called the budget in february. it was laughed out of the senate, pause it was spending spree in the middle of the debt crisis. so he did a redo with the speech april 19, which was announced. and touted as a plan. well, when the plan was put to the director of the c.b.o., in congress, he was asked what that obama plan number two would do with the budget. the deficit. he answered there was no way of telling. he said we don't estimate speeches. meaning a speech is something. it's hot air. it's not real. the question is this another speech in the tradition of the april 13 speech or a plan? if is it a plan, put it on paper and show us the numbers. that has been the problem with the president. he has had all the leaks and he says i'm prepared to take hard choices. i am willing to discuss entitlemen
points, almost 4%. so, let's head now to atlanta, and abc's steve osunsami, who was with all those people looking for work. hello, steve. >> reporter: good evening, diane. we canvassed some of the 90 companies that are here today and found that there are more than 2,000 jobs for hire. but no one was prepared for the thousands more who came pouring through these doors today. there were so many people desperate for work, trying to get to this job fair, traffic here was backed up for miles and miles. house waited overthought. many camped out in the business suits in the stifling heat. >> i got in there at, like, 1:58. >> i'm going to be positive. that's the only thing i can be right now. >> reporter: authorities treated 20 people for heat exhaustion and struggling to keep the line moving and get people inside. >> you came out here to get a job, not to get sick. >> reporter: derek clayton, under the umbrella, is a former security guard with three children to field. he's been looking for work since may. >> you got child, you got to stay somewhere. you don't want to be homeless. >> reporter: la
. >> bret: moments ago in new hampshire. what about all of this? bring in the panel. steve hayes, for "weekly standard." jeff zelney, political correspondent for "new york times." syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles, perspective and analysis here. >> well, the critics are right. it is late. but we sell-that criticism over and over in the last half year now over the delay. the administration deserves credit for what it did. "a," calling for the resignation. "b," coordinating it well with britain, and germany. the other leaders at the same time. "c" the sanctions. the embargo on sales of oil. that would be important if it was europe yap embargo as well. so having a european boycott would be important. last isolating it and condemning it. even,000 though it has my mall effect. worth doing over and over again. syria analysislated and always has been. since it aligned its with the non-arab iran years ago. this accentuates that. isolation in the ray rab world means something. lastly, we still have the ambassador on the ground. we sent him with the french ambassador a few
today. thank you for waking up with fox 5 morning news. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say good morning to tony perkins. news of a warm day out there. very summery day. >> it is august and it will feel like it it wells in the upper 80s to around -- will feel like it with temperatures in the upper volunteer to around 90. i want to tell you about some rain shower that we've seen in northeastern portions of maryland. we'll keep our eyes open because this could change through the morning and through the day. some of this has been heavy rain up around the aberdeen area and pushing into pennsylvania, philadelphia getting some rainfall and maybe even some lightning up there too. currently, it is 74 degrees at reagan national airport. the humidity is at 73 entrepreneur. the winds are -- the huge is at 73%. the winds are out of the south at nine miles per hour. we cannot rule out some thunderstorms and showers popping up here and there through the day. there are your temperatures. we'll have more on all of that coming up in just a little bit. >> thank you. >>> let's check in
. but the complaints have been especially harsh this year. steve handlesman joins us now with the latest. >> reporter: martha's vineyard is nice. no question. it's cool, it's calm, it's classy. but now it's not just an island. it's an issue. few said "have a nice vacation" as president obama left washington for martha's vineyard. ten days with his family on the scenic, exclusive island off massachusetts. where he went last year. barack obama's taken less time off at this point in his presidency, 61 days, than ronald reagan's 112 days, and george bush's 180 days. democrat john lewis. >> we all need a break from time to time. >> reporter: but on the viney d vineyard? republicans say that's obama. >> he's aloof, and he's not in touch with the american people. >> reporter: the gop website is offering obama get-away cards. one mocking his approval rating. in fact, the obama number this week on the economy is just 26% approval. this was atlanta today. see that huge long line? it was people at an employment fair. >> i'm just out here trying to find me a job to support me and my son. >> i look for a job eve
nothing about it. >> university of miami is a brand. >> reporter: dr. steve mcdaniel is a professor of sports and entertainment marketing. he has a background in crisis management and has consulted with universities in situations like this. >> the ncaa doesn't have a rule book to say, okay, if you commit this offense this is the standard punishment. so, that is going to be an interesting thing to look at here, too, if these allegations are indeed true. >> reporter: dr. mcdaniel says the ncaa is trying to take a tougher stance on corruption. could they offer the same fate as smu in the '80s and be given what is considered the death penalty. that's when the ncaa banned a program for competing in a sport for a period of time. >> i don't think it would be as severe as the death penalty. i think they saw what happened as a result of that at smu in the '80s and the repercussions, the lasting repercussions of something lasting like that to the school and to the athletes and to trying to rebuild a program. >> now, in a statement, ncaa president says if the
's humid once again. thanks for being with us, i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm allison seymour. we take good morning to tony perkins. >> warmer and more muggy. hi, allison. good morning, steve. good morning, everybody. muggy conditions not just this morning but today. the difference today besides the increasing humidity, a chance of showers and thunderstorms. let's start with sentinel radar. not much happening in washington. we have been watching heavy rain in northeast maryland. heavy rain, lightning as well. around here nothing but out to the west, fort royal, we have seen that batch of rain and it looks like there is a little spot of heavy rain embedded in that system north of front royal. we will keep our eyes on that. temperatures across the region, 70s. 74 in washington. 71 dulles. 71 baltimore. frederick, maryland is at 70 degrees. fredricksburg is at 68 degrees. the forecast for today, warm, humid, highs in the upper 8 toughs around 90 -- upper 80s to around 80 degrees. that's a look at weather. more in a bit. right now a check on traffic with lauren demark could. >> things are looki
are having a ball this summer with our workout. steve hayes with here with a great lower body workout using an exercise ball. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> nice to see you. first of all, start us off by introducing your workout partner here. >> lauren, introduce yourself please. >> my name is lauren and i'm a sports radio reporter in town. >> terrific. now, last week you talked about the upper body. this week you'll show us how to use exercise balls for your lower body. >> exactly. as a matter of fact, we'll start off showing you how to do a ball against the ball when you're working your quads and hamstrings. now, what you want to do is that as laura is squatting down, now, this ball will be on your back. it's right between the lower back and it's pushing against the wall. that takes the pressure off the lower back and is very user friendly and incredibly effective. >> so you can just push the ball up against any wall for support on your back and do the squats. and this doesn't effect the effectiveness of the exercise on your legs? >> not at all, you're still using quads
other things that apparently i can't say during the family hour. steve harrigan with the news live in south florida. what is going to be the immediate impact of this on um football? >> as far as today goes the entire hurricane team was out there in coral gables in pads practicing. some real question marks who is going to be eligible to take first game september 5th. of the 72 players named in the scandal, 12 are still on the current roster. 10 of those 12 starters included a quarterback. who is going to take the field as a question mark. questions too about the recruiting class 20 people have given oral commitments. will they hold those or go. questions about the coach. in his first year. he says he wasn't told about this scandal before he was hired. will he stay or go? questions going to the president of the university donna shalala. a lot of shoes could drop depending how serious the penalties is. >> shepard: wonder what the board is going to do when you look at long-term damage to the program and the university. >> that's right. it really depends on the penalty because these tra
the minimum age of 9.92 an hour or overtime. we tried talking to car wash manager steve manovich. employees, however, offered us the run around instead. >> wow. i have been fairly paid. you know what i mean? >> that's the allegations. >> this is a very good company. i don't know why the city is doing this. >> reporter: so cbs5 did our own running around and found while workers were allegedly couped up, the car wash owners are living in the lap of luxury. online records show this is their beverly hills mansion. a co-owner egor pascover also lives in beverly hills but could not be located perhaps because the city has now sued the manager and all three owners to the tune of $3 million. >> it would be the largest back wage, interest and penalty recovery in a san francisco minimum wage case. >> the nearly $7 million beverly hills mansion that you just saw is apparently so much more. in fact, we found more than 13 businesses linked to that mansion addressed including the offices of a doctor and attorney and there is more. tower car wash has reportedly received more than $163,000 in business from
to the ground. teddy later tweeted, i guess steve wanted revenge from this weekend in harrisburg. bring it on, monkey.
just knocks him to the ground. teddy later tweeted, i guess steve wanted revenge from this weekend in harrisburg. bring it on, monkey. i did just quote a fictitious character's tweet. >>> we'll be right back. what if it snowed chocolate? what if sweet mocha fell from the sky? or imagine catching icy caramel flakes as they drift down -- melting just as they touch your tongue or sliding down mounds of whipped cream right into a pile of rich chocolaty goodness. [ male announcer ] send your taste buds a sweet shiver with mcdonald's mccafé frappe. a creamy blend of ice, coffee and mocha. or caramel. mmm. sweet. ♪ ba da ba ba ba >>> there is the chime. here is the seven day. a lot of thunderstorms tomorrow and friday. primarily in the afternoon, probably a dry morning commute. a wet evening commute. get the umbrella handy. >> thanks for sharing. >> what a pleasant way to finish the news. that's 9 news for tonight. don't forget, you can always find us at wusa9.com, letterman is up next. good night, everybody, we'll see you tomorrow.
have been working on. -- steve fiftpanelly. >> cheap plumbing inspector. good morning, commissioners. one of the things we are working on that i told you about last month was the boiler permit to operate to be done on line. after all the testing -- we have testing done last month. we have three different contractors that came in to do a lot of the certifications throughout san francisco, and they did a dry run, and we put it into production for them to test it. since then we have added three or four more contractors to the databases to see if there were any more problems with the system. we have had positive feedback, and by the end of the month we will be able to launch and put it out to the public for use. that is where we're at at this point. >> item 6g, update on new hires. >> since the beginning of the year we have had 13 new hires, which are actually holdovers from last year that were in last year's budget, but they will be starting at the end of this month. there will be 13, six of which are clerks. some will be assigned to the fifth floor to take the place of the people bette
. >>> and steve know strasburg faces's bump in his road back to the majors. >>> and first, an introduce that is sure to raise eyebrows. michael vic tells gq magazine he didn't want to come to philadelphia after getting released two years ago and it was nothing to smile about. make you -- he rejuvenated his career with the eagles in cincinnati and buffalo.  >> good evening, ohmdave feldman. the nats and reds complete a three-game series. one guy who put himself on the map is the 1st baseman. he speaks softly and has a big stick. dave ross is live at nats park with more on from mr. moss. hi, filly. >> reporter: yes; baseball is a game of numbers. if you want them, michael morris has them. 71 rbis, 21 home runs and a batting average of .322, the third best in the entire national league and house has he done it? in a word, confident. he has the first and played in left feed and that is what adam laroach went down. 42 career home runs, half of those this year and that confidence made all of the difference, something i talked with michael about means ago. >> and get an evident player. and k
that is new, the best new thing in the world about this today is something my friend steve clemens is characterizing as dackry diplomacy. i think it's an improvement on the swas tick can billboard. steve reported and we confirmed today that the cuban intersection in d.c. is opening a bar in their building. they're naming the hemingway bar. ernest hemingway claimed with pride both of our countries. he lived in cuba for years. his fondness of dakarrys is the reason for the life sized bronze statue of him. it will feature exhibits about hemingway's life and work in cuba. will it serve daquari's? he's sure the bar will not serve them by the bucket which is the way hemingway ordered them to go. the gentleman at the not embassy also told us the bar will not be open to the public because, of course, we still don't have relations with cuba, so the even if you do get invited to the bar, the drinks will have to be free, right? economic embargo. diplomacy by dacquari. best new thing in the world today. that does it for us tonight. thanks for being with us, now it's time for the ed show, have
and got her pregnant. and now, steve is working this from south florida. this could change everything for the hurricanes and it really could change college football across the landscape, poe continually. >>reporter: certainly for the hurricanes it will change for the worse. they are scheduled to open their season september 5th but at this point it is not clear who will be able to take the field. of the 72 players named over the nine-year period, 12 are still on the squad. of those 12, ten are starters including the quaterback. so, it is really not clear who will be able to play. and, all that is dumped into the lap of a first year teach who was hiredout the university telling anything about the five-month-old investigation as far as the athletic director, he is responding, noting how serious this could be for the university. he says that there are tough times ahead. challenges to overcome, and serious decisions to be made but we will be left standing and we will be stronger as a result, but no telling when that will be. >>shepard: i hate to bring it up but is the death penalty a possi
a sick one is capable of. so joining me now is steve kornacki, news editor for "salon." thank you for being here tonight. >> happy to be here. >> what do you think, i was in new jersey, living in new jersey, when chris christie challenged a sitting governor, challenged john korzine and won part of this straight talking, i can do something that no one else has done in a blue state like new jersey. what are we to make of chris christie as a potential candidate, is this real? >> i don't think it is. the reason it gets attention is because there really is a tremendous opening on the republican side right now, and there has been all year, and there's nobody to fill it. the hope of the republican establishment was rick perry's the guy. well, rick perry's the guy who's going to communicate with the republican base, but not in a way that scares off swing voters, obviously, what they've seen in the first four days 1 that may not be the case, i spent time in new jersey. there are a couple of factors really keeping him out, one is family. two is a simple reality that this guy spent ten years
own party. as steve handelsman reports, martha's vineyard has suddenly become not just an island, but an issue. >> reporter: few said, "have a nice vacation" as president obama left washington for martha's vineyard. ten days with his family on the scenic, exclusive island off massachusetts. where he went last year. barack obama has taken less time off at this point in his presidency, 61 days, than ronald reagan's 112 days, and george bush's 180 days. democrat john lewis. >> we all need a break from time to time. >> reporter: but on the viney d vineyard? republicans say that's obama. >> he's aloof, and he's not in touch with the american people. >> reporter: the gop website's offering obama get-away cards. one mocking his approval rating. in fact, the obama number this week on the economy is just 26% approval. this was atlanta today. see that huge, long line? it was people at an employment fair. >> i'm just out here trying to find me a job to support me and my son. >> i look for a job every day. and every day for the past four months and no luck. >> reporter: african-american lea
bridge. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's say good morning to tony perkins with our forecast. >> it is definitely more humid this morning than it was yesterday morning. today, generally speaking going to be a more uncomfortable day than we had yesterday. good morning, everybody. let's start by take look at the satellite-radar composite for the region. we can show you we've got some clouds out there this morning. also, up to the north and east, some pretty good thunderstorm activity. that is really in extreme northeastern maryland into pennsylvania. not so much right around here but we certainly do have some clouds and, as i said, our conditions are more humid. temperatures around the region in the 70s. right now at 75-degree in the district. 72 in baltimore. 72 at dulles airport. fredericksburg, you are at 70 degrees. ocean city, maryland is at 73 degrees. today will be warm, humid with a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms here and there. not a rainout all day. look if a high in the upper 80s to near 90 degree detail on tha forecas
and a plymouth, numbers coming out. let's get some insight on what is happening. steve massocca from wedbush equity management. good morning. >> morning. >> the dow was down over five other points just moments ago. >> that is correct. what is really driving this is not the domestic economic news for what happened in europe overnight, a couple of things have happened. last night there was an odd event where a european bank, it is complicated, but they have to go to a dollar lending facility. a european bank was i was unable to borrow money from other banks in the normal overnight market. typically banks will lend money back and forth over night or for a couple of days to facilitate liquidity needs. much like to double a, one of the things in europe was unable. no one wanted to lend them money. as a result they have to go to a lending facility. that has gotten people very concerned that there is a big people are smelling is in trouble and do not want to lend money to. several european countries have said that if they want to be involved in the agreed to bail well, they want collateral from gre
. let's get a quick check on weather and traffic. mark my weekend colleague also filling in for steve. hi, mark. >> good morning,
steven -- introduce steven at this time. >> thank you. thank you, my name is steve and i'm a parent of a 10-year-old beautiful boy with autism. and i remember march of last year went by mclaren lodge and i saw you, phil, and i know you have told this story a couple of times how i brought my boy, a.j. there, and said, can you help us? my boy has autism. what can you offer him in the summertime as a camp experience? and that sort of began a long relationship and wonderful time working with you and lucas and a number of other people here that spent time and effort trying to find ways that we could involve both the community, the private sector, and so on, to get this a reality. because it is expensive. the stats are really daunting that you heard from vicky. one in 120. mostly boys. that means one in 40 boys in san francisco has autism. and that's -- if there was some kind ever external threat that was neurologically damaging our children everybody would be up in arms. because it's mysterious, we don't know where it comes from. it's partially genetic, partially environmental. the needs
. >> reporter: dr. steve mcdaniel is a professor of sports and entertainment marketing at the university of maryland. he has a background in crisis management and has consulted in universities with situations like this. >> the ncaa really doesn't have a rule book to say, okay, if you commit this offense, this is the standard punishment. and so that will be an interesting thing to look at here too if these allegations are indeed true. >> reporter: dr. mcdaniel says the gee is trying to take a stuffer tenants on corruption but could the u suffer the same fate as smu in the '80s and be given the death penalty. that is when the ncaa banned the program from competing in the sport for a certain length of time. >> i don't think it would be as severe as the death penalty because they saw what happened as a result of that at smu and the lasting reaper can you gos of something like that to the -- repercussions of something hike that the school and the athletes and trying to rebuild the program. >> that was wisdom martin reporting. mark emmert says, if the assertions are true, the alleged conduct a
. >> the university of miami is a brand. >> reporter: dr. steve mcdaniel is a professor of sports and entertainment marketing at university of maryland and also has a background in crisis management and has consulted with universities in situations like this. >> the ncaa doesn't really have a rule book to say okay, if you commit this offense, this is the standard punishment and so that's going to be an interesting thing to look at here, too, if these allegations are indeed true. >> reporter: dr. mcdaniel says the ncaa has tried to take a tougher stance on corruption, but could the u suffer the same fate as another university in the '80s that was banned from competing in the sport for a certain period of time. >> i don't think it would be as severe as the death penalty because i think they saw what happened as a result of that at smu in the '80s and the repercussions, the lasting repercussions, of something like that to the school and to the athletes and to trying to rebuild a program. >> you know what's interesting interest b this is when you talk about the university of -- about this is when you t
. it's not, steve, about how many mistakes he's made or fell. it's about whether or not you're willing to get back up again and move forward in in spite of all of the opposition, and i believe going into 2012, we need more evidence americans. people have never been involved in the political process before engageing. and that is what i hope the book does. >> you can see her entire interview with christine o'donnell on www.myfoxdc.com. >>> no doubt, you have been hit with this. banks hitting you for nearly of course they say to -- say to using the atm. they're going after your debit cards. wells fargo is testing a $3 monthly fee. public citizens is here to tell us what this could mean for us. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> i feel like the banks are nickel and diming us with all the fees. what is the rational for charring us to use our own money? >> the rationale, they can get away with it. unfortunately, our banking structure is highly concentrated. what that means is you really have little choice, wells fargo, bank of america, jp morgan. they essentially control half of the
problem right now. when i hear people like you and like steve jobs talking about apple's global expansion. you look at mcdonald's, any of these companies. i went to shanghai recently. full of super stores. you look at nike. apparently 3,000 stores throughout china. it seems to me there are certain times of american business leaders who get this and who are aggressively taking their products made here or their products taken over there and made there into china and selling them to the chinese. there are lots of other businesses standing back saying this is all too scary. they're the enemy. we can't help them. that has to be wrong. the answer has to be america having more apples, more mcdonald's, more starbucks, more things created by americans that the kmochinese want. >> well, we live in a global society. that global society, i don't put a label on. i think the opportunities that private enterprise has to extend the brand and their business to the people who are buying the product. but i think you bring up a subject that i think is important. great companies that build an enduring brand h
ryan according to steve hayes at the "weekly standard" fox news contributor. that also adds a level of intrigue into this. >> yeah. if those reports are true, laura, it would spell a kind of a death nail death nell. whatever his intentions with the karl roves and the tony frattos and tony wieners. perry wants to be able to tap into the bush donor network. >> laura: money. >> if is he urging other people to run it could mean that perry will have a tough time accessing that money. >> laura: that money needs to be shaken down from the trees. thanks a lot for the reporting. >> thank you, laura. >> laura: when we come back, president obama promises to lay out his jobs plan right after a little vacation in martha's vineyard. some powerful black democrats lash out against president obama? are african-americans getting fed up with this president? those reports just moments away. >> laura: factor follow up segment tonight, president obama is about to head off to a lavish vacation up in martha's vin vineyard beautiful place while americans are desperate for work. president obama has announced
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